Liversedge, Maltby Main, North Ferriby and Penistone Church are all through to the FA Vase second round.
‘Sedge were victorious against Northern League giants Newcastle Benfield in a 5-2 win. A blistering final 15 minutes saw Jonathan Rimmington’s men complete a comeback having trailed 2-1 until the hour mark.
Nicky Boshell’s double and goals from Ollie Fearon, Kevy Tarangadzo and Joe Walton guided ‘Sedge through.
Louis Axcell’s Maltby Main had to work hard to overcome Newcastle University in their 3-1 win at Muglet Lane.
Although Main held a two-goal lead thanks to Mitch Dunne and Connor Cutts going into the last ten minutes, Newcastle had plenty of chances.
The visitors briefly reduced the deficit before Aiden Nagi sealed Maltby’s progress.
Goalkeeper Jordan Douglas was North Ferriby’s hero as his heroics in the 5-4 penalty shootout victory at Wythenshawe Town where Chris Bolder’s men came from 2-0 down.
Ferriby were 2-0 down at half-time, but staged a comeback with Leigh Hutchinson and Tom Corner scoring.
First half goals from Jordan Coduri and Brett Lovell set Penistone Church on course to victory as Ian Richards cantered past AFC Liverpool 3-0 at home. Kieran Ryan added the third late-on.
Harrogate Railway almost forced penalties in their ‘mission impossible’ tie at 1874 Northwich. After going in at half-time two goals down, Jacob Robertson dragged Railway back into it and they even hit the crossbar in the last minute.
Brett Agnew’s Bridlington Town conceded a late goal in the 2-2 draw with North Shields and then succumbed to a 5-4 defeat on penalties.
Fraser Papprill and Danny Earl had put Brid in control.
Yorkshire Amateur lost 3-0 on penalties at Jarrow following a goal-less draw.